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What is an Associate Degree?

Updated on 5th February 2020 || Kritika Pathak

Associate Degree is an Undergraduate Degree and it awards you with all the basic techniques, knowledge, and skill required for getting employed in a particular field or choose a further field of study.

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What is an Associate Degree?

What is Master's Degree?

Updated on 11th May 2020 || Kritika Pathak

A Masters degree is a academic qualification granted to post graduation level students. A master’s degree is the best option for students who wish to further their knowledge of a particular subject, explore other areas of interest after completing their undergraduate degree.

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What is Master's Degree?

Recommendation Letter for College Scholarship

Updated on 1st June 2020 || Avinash H

Recommendation Letters are very important in a scholarship application as it a true testimony of your achievements and performance in the previous years. Learn how to write and easily bag a scholarship with a recommendation letter.

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Recommendation Letter for College Scholarship

Scholarships for Students with Disabilities

Updated on 27th December 2019 || Parvathy K

If you are disabled and looking for scholarships to support your college tuition cost, read our article to help you find the scholarships you are eligible for.

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Scholarships for Students with Disabilities

Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)

Updated on 30th March 2020 || Ankita Tiwari

The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs(ACBSP) is a global accreditation organization that offers accreditation services to Business programs that mainly focus on professional business education. Read the article to know more.

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Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)

WASC Senior College and University Commission

Updated on 2nd April 2020 || Prasanth P

WASC Senior secondary College and University Commission (WSCUC) is one the bodies of accreditation that helps colleges provide recognition. WASC accreditation, Regional accreditation, National accreditation

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WASC Senior College and University Commission

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

Updated on 21st January 2020 || Theres Ann Matt

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education is a Nursing education accrediting organisation. CCNE accreditation is a voluntary, self-regulatory process, and also the organisation encourages and supports nursing education programs to perform self-assessments.

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Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC)

Updated on 27th December 2019 || Theres Ann

The Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) is a private organization that works as an accrediting authority for institutions providing distance education. A few tips on how to obtain a DEAC accreditation and how to retain the accreditation are given below.

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Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC)

Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)

Updated on 25th February 2020 || Ankita Tiwari

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an independent organisation that provides regional accreditation to the universities of Higher Education awarding a post secondary degree and licensed to operate in Middle States regions. Read the blog to know more about MSCHE.

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Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)

Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

Updated on 2nd April 2020 || Shubharthi Dey

The Higher Learning Commission is a non-profit organization charged with responsibility of regionally accrediting educational institutes in the United States

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Higher Learning Commission (HLC)

All you need to know about Private Not for Profit colleges

Updated on 14th February 2020 || Avinash H

Not-for-profit colleges are publicly owned, and as with most other non-profit organizations, they are managed by a board of trustees, learn about the features, advantages, disadvantages and more about these universities.

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All you need to know about Private Not for Profit colleges

What are For Profit colleges?

Updated on 20th March 2020 || Navya B

For-profit colleges are considered to be like any other business, the owners and investors expect to make some profit from the school. In return of the quality education that they provides.

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What are For Profit colleges?